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RAT and ROACH Pasta
Sure Death to Cockroaches
, A 2Bo box of lliarm' Elactrlo Paata will kllfoff all the rata and
mice in a nouoo in a eingia nigni. ,
Destroy' Rat mnd Avoid Plmgum
You can owoep up dead cockroachoa by tho panful
nny mornlnc, If ot nlnht you uoo
STEARNS' ELECTRIC RAT AND ROACH PASTE
This Is the only pmantccd exterminator for cockroaches water huge,
bed bugs, etc It drives rats and mica out of doors to die.
Small Size, 25 cents. Ifotcl'Slzc, eight times tho quantity, $1.00.
13 All dealers sell It, or sent eiprees prepaid on receipt ol price. .
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., TrIDuna nitlrr., Chlcano.lll.
Both local and national officials recommend Siearna' Electric Paste the
eutest way ol destroying rate, the source and breeder ol the plague. Watch
(or the rats and see that you have a box ol Stearns' Electric Paate ready to
kill oil the lirst invader. 2 oz. box 25c; 1 6 or. box $ 1 .00.
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STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A.
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Was the officially recognized extrminator in the San Francisco war on, rats, when the Federal and City
authorities killed hundreds of thousands of rats. It is theonly Ra and Roaqh exterminator mentioned by
name in the published report of the Gpmmittee.
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2 os. box 25c, 16 os. box $1.00. At drassUU or oxpeees prepaid.
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The Panama Canal Commission buy and use Stearns'
Electric Paste to kill off xafs and cockroaches on the
Isthmus, as it never fails to do the work.
Every housekeeper, every storekeeper, every farmer, everybody who has rats, cockroaches,
waterbugs, etc., on th:ir premises, should use this best of all exterminators, the one whose
use by the Oovernment proves its superiority and efficicno7.
look for the signature of 3. J. Kearney on every package and be sure that you 'get the
genuine Stearns Electric Paste,, the standard,' rat and roa:h exterminator for the last thirty
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RAT ahd ROACH Paste
(See that the nemo J.J. Heern.r la en every sees.(e)
A tie ssi si fleams' Electric Past will kill off a II tha rstisnd mice In s bouts In a tingle ntsM
Oeekroaohes, Water Bums and Other Vermin
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at SOCIAL CHATTER i HOME TALK .
Gia ANTIC rock, whose rug-''
Boil, scraggy outline,
III own us llio dust of earth,
, and barren too, '
I.lko rf great lion with it 'hoaj un
rnlscd, , .
UnmliiiKul of tlio wlrM or sun or
Shorn nf Its locks, nnd over vynltlng
Crfriiclicd for a spring, porliniia, or
clso at rest,
Against tho blue sky over silhouetted,
TIiiih Iiiib It Iain fur centuries mi.
A ban on buttress hero whore In past
A fiery host held swny, on intscliler
And fearful heat, nncoolcd by rain or
Tlio prcnt rocks scorched, and each
Fiom highest trip of thin-edged crater
To midway down tho slope, no life
And npked to tho winds, tho dead
Fulls nniKhly to tho ocean's chang
Wljllo down bolow tho bravo Inntann
A noblo fight against tho winds
Against tho nvnlanchu of stones and
Thoy hold their own tlno' sttnshlno
nnd thro' tain,
Abandoned, wild, untntned, and un
adorned, Hoi ii natiiio In tlio rough, without
No human hand hath over wrought
No eaithly sculptor over fashioned
'When (lino shall bo no moro, nnd war
Have fought their final fight, their
When to tho ilubt all human life ro
t in nelli,
Unchnnged, unmoved, Leuhl shall
J'RANCnS K. OILLGTv
Few.ppnr.le aro awuro .that M.
J'loue Lotl's life story in one of the
most Interesting In tho annals of
modern literature. In his childhood
ho wns noted, rar his lonely and me
lancholy nature 'find was early "lm
lined with tho lovo of n wandering
life. It wns probably for this rcu-
son that he choso tho navy as a
career, and beforo ho was SO he had
neon tome of the most out-of-tbo
wny places In tho world, and his
lomnntli: nature had ample material
for Its expansion.
' ills love of writing was born with
him, and ho wns little more than a
boy when ho sent his manuscripts to
editors. It Is said that the editress
of n famous Trench review was first
attracted to ono of his MS. by its
shaLby and frayed app.enrnnce, and
Its ery untidiness Induced her to
road It. When sho had dono so she
sat down and wrote n Bhort note to
Its nuthor. It was n very short note,
but It wnii worth its weight n gold
to tho reslplcnt. This is whnt it
said: "Your story Is a masterpiece.
llut tho present title will not 'do ut
all. hot us call It 'I.o Marlage do
Lotl" and your name will be made."
Her advice was taken and' the story
wns a great success.
In appearance M. Lot I Is a typical
frenchman, but there Is nn Indefin
able something about htm which
would mnku him conspicuous nny
whetc. Ho has tho dreamy inenner
which accords well with his pen
name of "lotus" his real name Is
Vlaud and ho Is always mora or
less preoccupied and thoughtful.
llojond writing stories nnd trav
eling In tho east, M, Lot I has few
iimusenients, but ono of his hobbles
Is collecting mummies, and ho pos
ary rjiieeu of Koumanla, nnd during
but Interesting things. One ot his
mummies Is that of a young princess,
and another Is that nf a llttlo gill,
which stands In his study, a silent
wntrher as ho writes his master
pieces for tho world.
One of 31,, Lotl's most forvent nd
mlrcis Is "Carmen Sylvn," tho lltor-
as- queen of Iloumnnla, and during
n visit which ho onto made (o her
sho paid hint a charming compli
ment. Tho queen invited tha celo
hinted author to her own study and
said, "Monsler, I should like to read
on tha finest work that has been
written In the last 20 yours." Tak'
Ing fiom rvsholf a small volumo she
then lend, to M. Lull's delight nnd
surprlBPi extpicts from Ills own book
Teclicurs. d'lslande," Tho quce'n
read'tho French eo well that M. Lotl
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wnr nVArfirhlmP(l "Vniip. mil tnafv M
ho said when she had finished, "you
have revealed, me to myself." De
troit Free Press.'
Moanalun was the sceno ot n bril
liant gathering on Wednesday after
noon when tho Polo match for tho
Inter-Island championship took place
between Maul nnd Onhu players. The
plcturo was n vivid nud beautiful
ono; the orange blouses of the Maul
team against the green turf nnd the
blue and white colors of Oahu play
ers making n riot of color while
among the spectators, ot whom thero
wore fully eight hundred present,
tha gowns ot tlio women were of
many bosutlful colors and shades.
Tho gnme In spite of being such a
signal victory for Maul was Intense
ly Interesting and each brilliant
stroke ot playing was applauded by
yolls, tho tooting of automobile horns
and clapping ot hands. The circle
around the field was tho vantngo
ground for perhaps one hundred au
tomobiles and one hundred carriag
es. Many of them carrying the col
ors of either toam and some having
tho colors of both teams streaming
gayly from whins or lanterns. Tho
presence ot Ux-Quecn Lllluoualanl In
n phneton driven by Mrs. John Aen
added u pleasing feature to tho scene.
Among tho automobiles we noticed
tho following parties of well known
socloty people: Mr. and Mrs. Hnr
old Dillingham with Mr. and Mrs.
Dralnard-Smlth; Mr. Wntdron with
Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Schacfer as
bis guests; Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Mac
farluno with Mr. nnd Mis. Henry
Foster Dutton; Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles
Ulco with Mrs. King and Mrs. Kim
ball; Mr. nnd Mis. James Wilder nnd
Mrs. M. M. Scott, Mrs. Ilnnney Scott
and Miss Mnrlon Scott; Mr, nnd Mrs.
Henry Afong and Miss Ithodcs; Mr.
and Mrs. Archibald Young, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Arthur Ilerg and Mloa ailtet;
Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M, Swnnzy nnd Miss
Swnniy; Captain and Mis. Wm. W.
Low nnd Mrf. II, T. I'armelee; Mr.
nnd Mis. Frank Lindsay; Miss Alice
Ilcdemann nnd Mr. Untold Cahtlet
Mr. nnd Mrs. Illggs; Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. N, Campbell; Mr, and Mrs. Chits.
Wilder nnd Mrs. Harry Wilder; Mr.
and Mr, II; F. Dllllnghnm; Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. O. Cooke; Mr. J. O. Carter Jr,
Mr, Cushion Curler, nud Miss Carter,
Mis. Uardlncr Wilder, Miss Dames
nnd Mr. Conness; Mrs. Qcorgo It.
Carter and children, and Miss Nina
Adams; Dr. and Mrs. Mackall; Mr.
nnd Mrs. C. W. Caso' Dccrlng; Mr.
and Mrs. E. M. Watson; Mr. It. W.
Perkins: Mlsa Klla Wight, Mrs.
Wight and Miss Leslie Wight; Mlsa
Uentrlce Castle; Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C.
von Hntiim; Mr. nnd Mrs, Ormond
Wall with Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Smith;
Major nnd Mrs. Wndhnms, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frank Hlchnrdson, Dr. Chns. II.
Coopgr, Mi-. Frnnk Thompson, Dr.
and Mrs. Clifford High and Miss
"Lady" Macfurlane;' Mrs. Ross and
Master Donald Ross; Mr. and Mrs.
M. P., Prosser nnd Mlsi Thatcher;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hollowny and Mr.
Oeorge llrown; Judge A. A. Wilder,
Mrs. Noonnu and Master Vernon
Tcnney; Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Afong:
Mr. nnd Mrs. Faxon lllshop: Mr. nnd
Mrs. Allan llottonilcy and the Miss
es Jordan; Hon, Paul Isenbcrg, Mr.
nnd Mrs. (lenrga Davles; Mr. nud
Mis. Marstan Campbell; Major Ilee
chcr II, Ray and party, and many
others. In carriages, Mrs. Corwln P.
Rees nnd Mrs. Uriel Sobree ns her
guost while Mr. anil Mrs. Mcrrltt
weio driving several army friends.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George Potter and Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Thurston were also
driving. A number of Army Indies
from Lellehuu wcro riding horso
back ns wero also the Mlssex Alice
and ICtliol Spalding, Judgo Perry nnd
Tho engagement of Miss Alice
Hodcman to Mr. Harold yastle which
wag announced during tho week
came us a delightful surprise to tho
many friends of both tho young poo
ple.nlthough a few Intimate friends
hnvo hud tlielr suspicions for some
llttlo time. Miss Hcdcmnnn Is n
charming girl with much personal
attraction nnd since her leturn homo
from boarding school has been nv
Ishly entertained by, a bevy of her
girl friends, and has been the motif
for mnny lunches and dinners. Mr.
Castle Is the only son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jnmcs II. Castle, nud b one uf
tho most popular men In tho young
er set. They aro bath iccolvlng the
glnd congratulations of their many
friends In Honolulu. As yet, no plans
for the wedding hnvo been definitely
Mrs. 1'ourle, wife of Capt. J.' It.
Pourle, U. S, A will be greatly miss
ed after sho sails for Honolulu for
sho enjoys quite as much popular
ity In the civilian life of this city
as In Army circles. During the time
Capt. Pourle was stationed at tho
Presidio, this was nnu of the most
delightful nf lioiiics nud fiom nil tic
i omits, their quarters at Honolulu
will bo u repetition oft tho hospital
ity their friends so much enjiicd
here S. l Kxnmlncr.
Llttlo Wlllln was missed oun day
by hi mother and when be leap
peuted, sliu asked: "Whero luno )iiu
been, my pet?"
"I'lnylng postman." replied her
pot. "I gno n letter In nil the horses
in our road. Ileal letters ton."
"Where nn earth did Jtm got them?"
questioned IiIh mother In amusement,
"They were those old ones In jour
wnnlrobo drawer, lied up with ilb
hon," was tho Innocent H'ply. Lon
General nnd .Mrs. .McCJellau nro c.1
tertnlnlng this afternoon at ll'-l.'
Nuiianu Avenue residence, tha Imita
tions Issued being cc follows: "(b:t
ernl Mrs. McClelUu, At Home, tjctiir
day, September tho IStli, from half
after four until half ufter flvo o'clock,
to meet Admiral nnd Mrs. Sebico.
IMG Nuiianu Avciiuo.
Mr.i. James Wilder enlcilnlned
xcry Informally ut luncheon on Tues
day for her Mnter-ln-law Miss lie)-
yni Wilder who was pausing through
mi Ibn Mtini'hurl.i mi ii trip nroitnd
1 tho world.
lion, and Mm. fliorgo 1!. rfomerr
f.'illii'r mill iniidii'r nf Mm ' T.
Jltawllm nrrlvcd on the, China and
,wlll visit tlielr ilaui.litt'1- lor two or
Unco nlontiis. Mr niul Mrs Koihom
reside In Bridgeport, t'onn
Mr. nnd Mrs. .lo.iepli Schwartz nud
children wero returning passengers
on the Kti'.imshlp Manchuria from u
luig and very pleasant vniatlou
spent nn tfie Co.isl.
Lien'. I'.inleo loturmil on thn
1 1 -n ii 3 .i 1 1 1 l.ug.iu to his post uf duty
'r.t.lVrt Shatter bringing his mother
bad. with him for ;i visit In the lsl-,
( Mr. (inslnve Scbaefcr nnd his brldo
i.eo Miss Lydia Gibbous arrived on
the Mnnclmrla and mo for the pro
rent, comfortably situated at tho
. Young Hotel.
Gilchrist Hatch departed on thn
Mongolia In resume IiIk studies at St.
Paul's school at Wajno, l,t. .
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have just installed the most complete
Repair Department in the Islands.
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